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May 9th, 2003

On the tube

Abstract:
Several technologies have been competing to become the standard for fast, non-volatile memory. The best known is magnetic RAM. Others are based on polymers or metal alloys called chalcogenides that change shape when an electric charge is applied to them. But there is now a new entrant to the field: carbon.

Source:
Economist

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